Chief information officer

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CIO – 71 percent place more weight on skills and experience than on higher education

By a surprisingly large percentage, CIOs put more emphasis on skills and experience than on tech degrees from prestigious universities. A Robert Half Technology survey of some 2,400 chief information officers at companies with more than 100 employees found 71 percent place “more weight on skills and experience than on whether or not a candidate … Continue reading

Tech Gadgets Contributing to Decline in Workplace Etiquette survey finds

Technology is one of the most effective ways to bring people together at work, but it may also be causing a digital divide, a new Robert Half Technology survey of chief information officers (CIOs) suggests. Sixty-four percent of CIOs said higher use of mobile gadgets such as cellphones and tablets have led to more breaches … Continue reading

Job | Technological Know-How is a Must

“As the internet has grown from 70 million users in 1997 to 2.2 billion, entrepreneurial companies with technology at their core have disrupted entire industries and threatened or eliminated incumbents. For example, Square, the new electronic payment service, has already upended a long-established financial ecosystem, with some arguing that it may even replace cash” writes Daniel … Continue reading

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